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Struggling Thai fisherman finds rare Melo pearl worth $320,000 while walking on beach
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12 February 2021
On 12 February 2021 Good News Network reported:
Struggling fisherman Hatchai Niyomdecha was picking up oyster shells with his family last month when they stumbled upon three beautiful shells sticking to a discarded buoy ball. It turned out the fishing family had an extremely expensive pearl from a large snail, the Melo Melo, on their hands.
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... Melo pearls range from orange to tan to brown in color -- with orange being the most expensive shade. They are usually found in the South China Sea and Andaman Sea off the coast of Burma...
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